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Raid Levels

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Differnet RAID levels with their detail information

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Raid Levels

  1. 1. RAID LEVELS BY SRIPATI MAHAPATRA
  2. 2. RAID 0 (STRIPING) o Minimum 2 disks. o Excellent performance ( as blocks are striped ). o No redundancy ( no mirror, no parity ). o Don’t use this for any critical system.
  3. 3. RAID 1 (MIRRORING) o Minimum 2 disks. o Good performance ( no striping. no parity ). o Excellent redundancy ( as blocks are mirrored ).
  4. 4. RAID 5 DISTRIBUTED PARITY o Minimum 3 disks. o Good performance ( as blocks are striped ). o Good redundancy ( distributed parity ). o Best cost effective option providing both performance and redundancy. Use this for DB that is heavily read oriented. Write operations will be slow.
  5. 5. RAID 6 (BLOCK STRIPING) o Just like RAID 5, this does block level striping. However, it uses dual parity. o In the below diagram A, B, C are blocks. p1, p2, p3 are parities. o This creates two parity blocks for each data block. o Can handle two disk failure o This RAID configuration is complex to implement in a RAID controller, as it has to calculate two parity data for each data block
  6. 6. RAID 10 (MIRRORING AND STRIPING) o Minimum 4 disks. o This is also called as “stripe of mirrors” o Excellent redundancy ( as blocks are mirrored ) o Excellent performance ( as blocks are striped ) o If you can afford the dollar, this is the BEST option for any mission critical applications (especially databases).
  7. 7. RAID 0+1 A RAID 0+1 (also called RAID 01), is a RAID level used for both replicating and sharing data among disks. RAID 0+1 is a mirror of stripes. The usable capacity of a RAID 0+1 array is the same as a RAID 1 array, where half of the total capacity is used to mirror the other half.

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